Tag Archives: devices

Ubuntu Touch Spreading To More Android Devices

If you have been interested in trying out Ubuntu Touch, but lack a Nexus device it is compatible with, you might get your chance soon. Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has announced a ton of new devices that are being added to the Ubuntu Touch roster. They are sorted by “Sort of working” and “Work in progress” but there are many new devices listed… Read more

Want To Keep Unlocking Phones Yourself? Make Your Voice Heard

As you probably know, it will be illegal to carrier unlock devices starting tomorrow. If that doesn’t sound fair to you, we sympathize. But just thinking so isn’t going to do anything, so take action! A petition has been started to repeal the decision or make unlocking permanently legal. The petition needs 100,000 signatures to be looked at by the White… Read more

T-Mobile Announces It Will Only Offer Value Plans In 2013

T-Mobile is getting rid of their Classic plans in 2013, focusing solely on Value plans. Good move T-Mobile, I was tired of trying to figure out which plan will cost what and what a device will cost on each plan. I’m all for extra simplicity. There are a few implications of this. Value plans sacrifice part of a device subsidy for a cheaper monthly… Read more

TomTom Fixes Compatibility Issues With Android App

TomTom makes great GPS units, so I was excited to see the TomTom GPS app launch on Android.. Unfortunately, there was one problem that ruined the app: it was only compatible with phones that have a display that is 480 pixels wide. Yes, that leaves out all qHD and 720p devices. No brand new phone, not the Galaxy S III or the One X, would be able to run… Read more

A Guide To Getting The Best Free-On-Contract Android Phone

There are many people out there who are on a budget and won’t pay big money for a high end phone. Yes, we urge them to. Right at the beginning of this article, I will state that there is little reason to buy a budget device. I would suggest always going high end. That $200 between a free phone and a high end phone will go a long way in helping your… Read more

EA And Gameloft Will Support All New Nexus Devices

Here is some good news for current and future Nexus owners: Electronic Arts and Gameloft say they will support all Nexus devices, so you can be sure that their games will run perfectly on your new cutting edge hardware. Gameloft has already optimized 10 tablets to work with all the new Nexus devices, including the Nexus 10′s massive 2560×1600 display… Read more